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ads tonight and what they really show us about the state of this election. and jerry sandusky, back not by popular demand. the former penn state football coach was re-arrested today on new sexual abuse charges brought by two new accusers, and like some of the earlier victims, the two new ones both met sandusky through his charity, the second mile. and let me finish tonight with my take on the stark way, in fact wild way, that this election is headed. >>> we start with the power of newt gingrich. howard fineman is the msnbc political analyst, of course, "the huffington post" media group editorial director and michael scherr is the white house correspondent for "time." michael, i want you to go through some of the newspaper. let me begin with this stunning new state numbers out from "time" tonight showing incredible gains in strength for newt gingrich. take a will be at florida, a state where mitt was going to turn it around. newt has blown the other candidates out of the water. take a look an enormously high number, 48% to romney's rather puny 25% down there. third place down there i
story, but now it's getting weird. the key witness against jerry sandusky told relatives at the time that he didn't actually see that rape of a boy in 2002. but what does that mean in the case against sandusky when, in fact, mcqueary said under oath that he did see it? so what do we believe here? this is "hardball," only on msnbc. this was the gulf's best tourism season in years. all because so many people wanted to visit us... in louisiana. they came to see us in florida... nice try, they came to hang out with us in alabama... once folks heard mississippi had the welcome sign out, they couldn't wait to get here. this year was great but next year's gonna be even better. and anyone who knows the gulf knows that winter is primetime fun time. the sun's out and the water's beautiful. you can go deep sea fishing for amberjack, grouper and mackerel. our golf courses are open. our bed and breakfast have special rates. and migrating waterfowl from all over make this a bird watcher's paradise. so if you missed it earlier this year, come on down. if you've already been here come on back... to
. the key witness against jerry sandusky told relatives at the time that he didn't actually see that rape of a boy in 2002. but what does that mean in the case against sandusky when, in fact, mcqueary said under oath that he did see it? so what do we believe here? this is "hardball," only on msnbc. >>> i'm completing my book tour for "jack kennedy: elusive hero" this week in new york. i'll be at the famous 92nd street y in new york tonight. it's been an honor to encourage people to get out and bring a great american people hero back to life this christmas. we'll be right back. usa prime credit... this peggy... hi, i'm cashing in my points... peggy? no more points - coupons now. coupons? coupons. coupons? next, you convert coupons to tokens. tokens? then you trade tokens for credits. and then i get the cash? then you call back. bye bye. peggy? hello? what just happened? want rewards that make sense? switch to discover. america's #1 cash rewards program. it pays to discover. what ? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it ? hello ? hello ?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real
and connection with people. >>> and later, the penn state scandal, the sex scandal has come back. jerry sandusky, the former assistant football coach accused of sex crimes against young boys speaks out, again. in another incredible interview, sandusky says he was a father figure whose actions have been twisted by prosecutors. but amazingly, he says, he was attracted to boys, adding, "and girls," before his attorney cut him out. >>> let me finish tonight with the news that the republican clown show has, yes, indeed found its ringmaster. we start with donald trump and the republican field. howard fineman is t"the huffington post" media group editorial director and david corn is an msnbc political analyst. earlier today, trump was asked whether the obsession with the president's birth certificate would take over the debate he's about to "moderate." >> i think there are some campaigns, and i've talked to him about this, that are concerned that you're going to use this to push, for instance, your obsession about the president's birth certificate. are you going to do that at this debate? >> no, i'm no
. >>> we're back. mike mcquery, the key witness in the sexual abuse case against jerry sandusky, testified publicly for the first time on friday at a preliminary hearing for two penn state officials akut akutsed of lying under oath. mcquery testified in 2002 he witnessed extreme sexual activity between sandusky and a young boy in a locker room shower. however, mcquery is on record having told varying versions of the story to several people. joining me to talk about mcquery, kathleen cain, a former prosecutor and democratic candidate for attorney general of pennsylvania. and buzz bissinger. author of "friday night lights." i want to ask you both what stands out. i know the three of us have been paying close attention. what stands out from the friday testimony? i want to put something on the screen that will lead me to make my first observation. mcquery was questioned about why he never approached the police about what he believed he had seen. he said he believed he pursued the proper protocol by talking to penn state vice president gary schultz and athletic director tim curley. quote, i tho
in the sexual abuse case against jerry sandusky, testified publicly for the first time on friday at a preliminary hearing for two penn state officials accused of lying under oath about what they'd been told about sandusky sexually abusing a child. mcqueary testified that in 2002, he witnessed extreme sexual activity between sandusky and a young boy in a locker room shower. however, mcqueary is on record as having told varying versions of the story to several different people. joining me now to talk about mcqueary is kathleen kane, a former prosecutor, and a democratic candidate for attorney general of pennsylvania, and buzz bissinger, a daily beast contributor, pulitzer prize winner, and author of "friday night lights." i want to ask you both, what stands out? because i know the three of us has been paying very close attention. what stands out from the friday testimony? i want to put something on the screen that will lead me to make my first observation. it's what mcqueary said. he was questioned about why he never approached the police about what he believed he had seen, and he
against former penn state coach jerry sandusky. he alleges that he was molested over 100 times by sandusky as a child. >>> and the baseline killer has been sentenced to death. >>> and hillary clinton made an precedented visit to myanmar. >>> to help kick off the holiday season with the 74-year-old norway spruce with 36,000 lights topped with a crystal star. a happy holiday. >>> are you willing to fight as hard for middle class families as you do for those who are most fortunate? what's it going to be? that's the choice in front of congress. what does it say about our priorities when we'd rather protect a few really well-to-do people than fight for the jobs of teachers and fire fighters? what does it say -- >> welcome back to "hardball." today president obama visited scranton, pennsylvania, to make his case for an extension of the payroll tax holiday. it's no coincidence, however, the president chose scranton. it's a town considered by many to be ground zero for the kind of blue collar white voters obama will need to win in that crucial state of pennsylvania and what i call the oshkosh to s
and senior vice president about alleged sex sexual abuse by jerry sandusky. in court the two officials gave differing accounts what they were told by coach mcqueary. the u.s. government has lifted most of the economic sanctions that were lifted before the fall of moammar gadhafi. now back to "hardball." >>> let me tell you something. the republican establishment will never make peace with newt gingrich. they just won't. >> but if they spoke out -- >> no, no. what i'm saying is they won't. this is an important point. because the republicans i talked to say he cannot win the nomination at any cost. he will destroy our party. he will reelect barack obama, and we'll be ruined. >> an nbc/"wall street journal" certainly set that point. conservatives also agree with joe scarborough. they pulled together some of the best lines from the deluge of gingrich takedowns that a stellar corridor folks have written, we took that list along with some of its bonus praises as a basis for the conservative reaction to gingrich. among the conservative elite, we should really put it in that box there. david corn i
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